Microsoft Office is a common suite of programs that enables you to edit documents, create and edit spreadsheets and create and view PowerPoint’s, among many other uses. If you’ve recently made the upgrade from an earlier version of the Microsoft Windows operating system to Windows 7, you may have noticed that your copy of Office is no longer installed on the computer. Reinstalling Microsoft Office after an upgrade to Windows 7 is a straightforward process for any user.
- Insert your Microsoft Office disc into your CD/DVD-ROM drive. If you were not given a disc for Office, visit Microsoft.com to download Microsoft Office again.
- Click “Run” after inserting the disc, or double-click the setup executable you downloaded from Microsoft.com.
- Type in the product key for your copy of Microsoft Office. This can be found either in the purchase confirmation email or on the back of the cover that the CD came in.
- Click “Continue.”
- Read the Microsoft Software License Terms and then check the “I Accept the Terms of This Agreement” box. Click “Continue.”
- Click “Install now” to begin reinstalling Microsoft Office after your upgrade to Windows 7.
- Wait for the installation process to complete, and then click “Close” after the installer tells you that Microsoft Office has been successfully installed.
- Click “Start,” “All Programs,” “Microsoft Office” and then select a Microsoft Office program to open.
- Click the “I Want to Activate the Software over the Internet (Recommended)” button and then click “Next” to begin activating Office. Activation must be completed before you are able to use the program again. Click “Close” to complete the process.
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